Micro-Perforated acoustical Rondolo wall Panels are finished with rift cut, slip matched White Oak natural wood veneer, curved and mounted in a wall installation using factory supplied Monarch clips. Micro-perforations virtually disappear at a distance and deliver the appearance of a solid wood panel, while providing exceptional noise control inside this lecture hall. Outside the auditorium Decoustics supplied low profile Cross Piece Continuous Linear Wood finished in the same veneer and suspended using a heavy duty T-Bar. Black veil was used to conceal the mechanical fixtures in the plenum and deliver added acoustical benefits. Spectacular result achieved by a single-source supplier.
The Globe and Mail Center located downtown Toronto is great example to demonstrate how our wide range of acoustical products integrate together to fulfill various design and performance objectives. The entire ceiling of the expansive event hall on the 17th floor of the building is outfitted with Decoustics’ Claro and Solo-M wood panels finished in American white oak. Both products have excellent sound absorption properties and ensure pleasant acoustics inside the room when the events reach full capacity.
Claro Standard White finish has additional benefits as it reflects over 90% of light. At daytime the space is filled with natural sunlight and at night the atmosphere and mood changes as the different colored lights, patterns and images that are projected onto the ceiling.
Claro and Solo Type 8 panels are suspended on fully accessible Ceilencio suspension system, which allows for easy access to the plenum for maintenance and repairs. Edges are finished with knife-edge trim. In addition, Ceilencio accommodates various light fixtures and panels lifts, which expand in and out of the ceiling.
Decoustics’ Dowel Grille products give a different look and feel to the hallway, reception area and office spaces throughout the building. To add depth and hide the suspension, the Dowel Grille is finished with upturn grille blades.
We have the capability and custom product range to accommodate virtually any design intent, which makes specifying and installation process easy and efficient.
Adding the warmth of wood, Decoustics’ Type 32 Solo Planks in caramelized bamboo veneer are an excellent solution to achieving the top acoustical performance in a full auditorium and a busy café at Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. The sounds are effectively absorbed by the fleece attached to the back of the perforated Solo P panels, creating a cozy and relaxing atmosphere.
Quadrillo panels undulate from the rear of the auditorium producing a continuous flow between the ceiling to the wall. Constructed from absorptive and reflective material the panels deliver crisp sounds and speech intelligibility inside the auditorium. Panels are finished in a custom toned Ash wood veneer.
The auditorium walls are outfitted with flat and sloped Quadrillo panels finished in Cherry veneer. The veneer is custom toned to match seats and other millwork elements. The ceiling incorporates cascading Claro acoustical panels and design returns to conceal projectors and add depth.
Built in 1911, the historic Thomas Hall of Loyola University was recently renovated and serves as a chapel for Jesuits of the New Orleans. Quadrillo acoustical wood panels installed on walls ensure great acoustics and add warmth to this place of worship. The project has been LEED Certified by the US Green Building Council (USGBC) Gold rating. Green elements incorporated into the project include FSC® (C020536) Certified wood, a waste management program and use of regional and recycled materials.
Absorptive and reflective Solo-P ceiling and wall panels create an ideal acoustic environment for the visitors of Lady Bird Johnson (LBJ) Auditorium. The natural Sapele wood veneer adds warmth to the space as well as delivering a high-end look and feel.